Classic Movie of the Week|
OnM - May 17, 2002
This Tuesday past, we have had the pleasure (or not) of seeing ME daring to take up the
subject of what happens when a normally beloved and conventionally benevolent character goes
over the edge and commits to a level of violence that seems grossly atypical for her. Not just
dusting evil demons anymore, Willow Rosenberg is in hot pursuit of the man she feels had
wronged her beyond civilized means, and she is out for blood-- his, and preferably as much of it
as she can spill.
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